Fern Lake

New York

1Listings$325K$325KTotal Value
Fern Lake, New York

The Fern Lake real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in New York.

    • Ownership
    About Fern Lake
    Along the New York-Pennsylvania Border

    Fern Lake is a smaller-sized lake near the western shore of Lake Champlain and the New York-Pennsylvania state border. It is located in Clinton County, New York, near the town of Au Sable Forks.

    Fern Lake is only 426 acres in size, but it is the perfect size for anyone looking to enjoy a private, peaceful environment near a much larger water body.

    Surrounded by the Adirondacks

    Fern Lake lets its residents live in perfect tranquility in the crisp air of the Adirondack mountains. This quiet lake is surrounded by woodlands and is mostly underdeveloped. The rolling hills of the Adirondacks rest around the lake and offer the perfect background for watching the sunrise over the lake’s waters.

    The Palmer Brook Sportsman Club is a massive draw for residents. This 5,000-acre wildlife area is used by members to fish, hunt, snowmobile, ATV, or enjoy nature.

    You can also enjoy boating and fishing on Fern Lake.

    Enjoy Lake Champlain

    If you want to experience a larger lake, drive a few miles east to the famous Lake Champlain.

    Lake Champlain is exceptionally larger than Fern Lake, with a size of six million acres. Due to the lake’s large size, there is plenty of fun while visiting, boating, fishing, swimming, water sports, kayaking, canoeing, sightseeing, and more can be done in and around the lake.

    Because the lake is such a large source of tourism, there are plenty of places along its shores to eat, shop, tour, camp, hike, and more.

    Fern Lake offers you the peace of living on a smaller lake, with the amenities and fun of being close to Lake Champlain.

    Unbeatable Views At Your Fingertips

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Fern Lake is an excellent choice.